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Pakistan spends $1.9 billion on anti-Taliban offensive
Deccan Chronicle

Pakistan spends $1.9 billion on anti-Taliban offensive

Islamabad: Pakistan on Friday said it has spent nearly USD 2 billion on Operation 'Zarb-e-Azb', the military offensive against Taliban that has killed over 3,500 militants in the restive North Waziristan tribal region bordering Afghanistan. "So ... Deccan Chronicle, 2 hours ago
Pak spends $1.9 bn on anti-Taliban offensive Business Standard, 2 hours ago
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ISI sheltered Taliban leader Mullah Omar, says Clinton email

Top Taliban leader Mullah Omar was sheltered by Pakistan's powerful spy agency Inter-Services intelligence after the outfit's leadership fled from Afghanistan in 2001, according to an email received by former secretary of state Hillary Clinton during her tenure. Mullah Omar is reported to have died at a hospital in Karachi two years ago. However, till date the Pakistani authorities have strongly refuted reports of direct links between Inter-Services Intelligence and Mullah Omar. The US too ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Dadullah Besieged in Zabul as Taliban Cracks Widen  Daily Outlook1 day ago Threat from terrorist groups emanates from Pakistan: US  Weekly Times of India2 hours ago Mullah Omar sheltered by ISI: says Clinton email  Sify3 days ago
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Islam Times

Afghan army kills 74 militants across Afghanistan

- 15:48 Afghan security personnel patrol during an anti-Taliban operation in Dangam district near the Pakistan-Afghanistan border in eastern Kunar Province, January 17, 2015. Islam Times - Afghanistan says its armed forces have killed 74 militants ...
 Islam Times1 week ago IS struggle to make progress in Afghan  IOL1 week ago Isis struggle to make progress in Taliban bastion Afghanistan  Malaysian Insider1 week ago Tactical decision: Army engagement in Waziristan to last until 2019  The Express Tribune16 hours ago
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Aziz to revive talks between Afghan government, Taliban

Pakistan National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz on Friday arrived in Afghanistan to revive the stalled peace talks between the government and the Taliban insurgents.Aziz is scheduled to hold talks with his Afghan counterpart Hanif Atmar on the sidelines of a ...
 Prokerala9 hours ago Pak NSA to revive peace talks between Afghan government, Taliban  Jagran Post8 hours ago Pakistan Renews Commitment to Facilitate Afghan Peace Talks  VOA News8 hours ago Sartaj Aziz arrives in Kabul to push for revival of peace talks  The Express Tribune11 hours ago
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Malay Mail

Returning home to war: Afghan refugees return from Pakistan

Afghan local police (ALP) prepare for battle with the Taliban at Qalay— i-zal district, in Kunduz province, Afghanistan August 1, 2015. — Reuters pic KABUL, Sept 4 — Rahim Khan's return to Afghanistan 28 years after fleeing to Pakistan was not ...
 Malay Mail17 hours ago Coming home to war: Afghan refugees return reluctantly from Pakistan  Channel NewsAsia17 hours ago Afghan refugees back to war and bombs  The Nation Pakistan11 hours ago Afghan refugee returns reluctantly from Pakistan  DAWN Group9 hours ago
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Daily Times

Khanzada was assassinated by a TTP group: Sanaullah

LAHORE: Aftab group of the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) was behind the assassination of provincial home minister Shuja Khanzada, Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah told Punjab Assembly on Thursday. He made the disclosure on a ...
 Daily Times11 hours ago TTP group behind Attock massacre  The Nation Pakistan12 hours ago
Ani News

Sartaj Aziz to explore if Afghan Govt. interested in reviving talks with Taliban

Sep 4, 1:13 pm Karachi, Sept. 4 ( ANI ): Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's Adviser on Foreign Affairs and National Security Sartaj Aziz will explore on the sidelines of his visit to Kabul if the Government of Afghanistan is ...
 Ani News9 hours ago
Asiaone

Film shows private side of Nobel winner Malala

Most people know Pakistani Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, who was shot by the Taliban in 2012 for demanding girls' right to education, but few have heard of the 19th century Afghan heroine she was named after. According to Pashtun ...
 Asiaone9 hours ago Nobel Prize Winner Malala Talks to VOA  MauritaniaVox.com4 days ago Nobel Prize Winner Malala to VOA: Women Need to 'Come Forward'  VOA News4 days ago Youngest Nobel peace prize winner Malala celebrates exam success  Himalayan Times1 week ago

'Pakistani Taliban involved in minister's killing'

Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan's (TTP) Aftab Group was involved in the killing of Shuja Khanzada, the home minister of Pakistan's Punjab province, provincial Law Minister Rana Sanaullah has said."The perpetrators involved in the attack on Khanzada belonged to the ...
 Prokerala9 hours ago 'Pakistani Taliban involved in minister's killing'  Zee News7 hours ago
The Gulf Today

US drone, Pak jets strike kill 31 Taliban

ISLAMABAD: A suspected US drone strike and air strikes carried out by Pakistani forces on militant hideouts in country north-west have killed at least 31 people, Pakistani intelligence officials said on Wednesday. In a separate incident, gunmen ...
 The Gulf Today1 day ago Airstrikes kill 15 militants in NW Pakistan  PressTV.com2 days ago Fresh blitz leaves 32 militants dead  Pakistan Observer1 day ago Air strikes by Pakistani forces kill 31 milita...  Qatar Peninsula1 day ago
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